1- 2 meters in size. It has black and yellow cross bands on its entire length.
India Mayurbhanj district and the malay archipelago.
like all kraits other snakes are the preferred food.
The female lays eggs.
Averages 2 metres (6 ½ ft). One of its many common names refers to it as a “lancehead”; its triangutar head with light stripes behind the eyes produces an arrow point marking towards the snout. Mostly some shade of brown with darker brown triangles radiating off the back.
Found in plantations and forest, especially along streams.
Venomous, feeding on small mammals and birds, frogs and lizards.
A large female can produce an astonishing litter of up to 70 young measuring 30cm (12in).
Found on the floors of rain forests and woodland, its remarkable patterning camouflages it wonderfully in leaf litter
Venomous, eating a variety of terrestrial the small royal antelope.
live-bearing, up to 60 young in a litter.
Venomous, eating mainly rodents which are quickly digested with the aid of the tissue-destroying nature of the venom.
Able to produce massive litters of over 80 live offspring.
CANTIL SNAKE-Agkistrodon bilineas